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24 November 2021

Presented by:  Siobhan Mccoulough, Lead Tissue Viability Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

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05 November 2021

Adpore and Adpore Ultra can be used as a primary dressing, or a secondary dressing over gels, ointments and other primary dressings

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05 November 2021

Stuck for Choice? Save up to 50%* by switching to the Medicareplus Surgical Tapes Range

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05 November 2021

Medicareplus Product catalogue - Jan 2021

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05 November 2021

A Complete Cost-Eective Treatment Strategy Against Moisture-Associated Skin Damage

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01 October 2021

The word ‘Stoma’ comes from the Greek word that means ‘mouth’ or ‘opening’. A stoma is an artificial opening in the bowel created to bring the bowel to the surface of the abdomen, diverting the flow of faeces or urine1. There are three types of stoma.

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29 September 2021

One in 500 people in the UK live with a stoma. Up to 85% of ostomates have experienced common problems such as skin irritation, blockage, leakage, and difficulty attaching and removing appliances, but many do not seek professional help1. One study identified that approximately one third of patients with a stoma who were followed up over a 5-year study period had evidence of skin complications within 90 days of surgery2. This, in turn, leads to increased healthcare costs, increased product use, wastage and unnecessary referrals to specialist stoma services.

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24 September 2021

Appropriate treatment of moisture-associated skin damage (MASD) has long been hampered by the lack of simple and practical classification tools.  We believe that the S.M.A.R.T.  resource provides an appropriate treatment regime for moisture-associated skin damage (MASD).

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13 August 2021

It is estimated that 13,500 people have stoma surgery each year, which means around 1 in every 500 people have a stoma in the UK.1 Due to this high number of people, nurses in different clinical settings will see patients with a stoma. Therefore it is vital to develop a basic understanding of stoma care.

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06 August 2021

Watch the video and then check your understanding via the InstaQuiz.

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